Welcome to the Russian River!
The Russian River is a vacation destination surrounded by ancient redwoods in the heart of Sonoma Wine Country just a few miles from the spectacular Sonoma Coast. The Russian River offers fine restaurants, lodging, wineries, activities, boutique stores, farmers markets and joins small eclectic towns including Guerneville, Forestville, Monte Rio, Rio Nido, and Duncans Mills. The Russian River meets the Bohemian Highway a few miles from Occidental and Freestone and joins the Pacific Ocean at Jenner, just North of Bodega Bay.
Russian River Flood Watch
Get the latest River levels, forecasts and a useful summary of what roads and areas flood at what levels.
Please be safe!
More Details:Russian River Flood Levels and Forecasts
January 14-15, 2017
11am-4pm each day
Two glorious days along Wine Road – Northern Sonoma County as we celebrate the 25th Annual Winter WINEland
The 25th Anniversary Winter WINEland, a great opportunity to meet winemakers, taste limited production wines, new releases or library wines. All participating wineries will highlight a Vintage, Varietal or Vertical tasting for the weekend. Ticket price will include wine tasting at all of the participating wineries for the weekend.
More Details:Winter Wineland Website
Northern California's Applewood Inn offers world-class fine dining in their delightfully upscale restaurant. This Michelin Star Sonoma /Russian River Restaurant is highly regarded for its exquisite cuisine, soothing atmosphere, polished guest services, and its mellow earthy ambiance.
13555 Highway 116
Guerneville, CA 95446
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